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Work on the International Space Station returned to normal Friday after a docking problem with a Russian cargo ship was resolved
Work on the International Space Station returned to normal Friday after a docking problem with a Russian cargo ship was resolved, the Russian Space Agency said. "The parameters of the orbit, the parameters of the atmosphere and the state of on-board systems in the Russian ISS segment are back to normal," agency spokesman Igor Panarin said. On Thursday, the Progress M-58 cargo spacecraft, bringing food, water and fuel to the crew of the orbital space station, failed to link properly with the orbital station due to a docking antenna, which had not retracted correctly.
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